Days Out

March is a barrel of laughs at City Varieties with comedy to suit every taste. If you’ve missed tickets for the sold-out Nish KumarDylan Moran or Rachel Parris, don’t fret, you can still join us for a hilarious night out.

A selection of shows at City Varieties Music Hall in March 2022:

Lou Sanders – One Word: WOW: Thursday 3 March

As seen on The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS), Taskmaster (Channel 4), QI (BBC Two), Travel Man (Channel 4) and co-host of Mel Giedroyc’s Unforgivable (Dave), join your old internet friend Dr Giggles for a little get together.

Reginald D Hunter: Bombe Shuffleur: Thursday 10 March

Reginald D Hunter is back with a brand new show, and there’s no time for niceties. Unafraid to tackle head on the subjects the rest of us skirt around, Reginald is the voice of his generation  searingly honest, brutally funny and uniquely placed to commentate on the unfolding meltdown of life as we know it.

The Scummy Mummies Show: Tuesday 15 March

Join The Scummy Mummies for an evening of comedy, songs, filth and laughs. Everyone’s welcome, from mums and dads to carers, grandparents, and people who want to be reminded they’re really glad they don’t have kids. So bring your mates and make it a big night out!

Laugh in the Face of Cancer 7: Wednesday 16 March

Laugh in the Face of Cancer is back with our seventh annual show which will be bigger, better, and funnier than ever! With the hottest comedians on the circuit and 100% of the money raised going to charity, come join us for an extremely funny night whilst also supporting a great cause!

Josh Berry & Rafe Hubris: Monday 21 March

Josh Berry will mock people who went to slightly more prestigious private schools than him and whinge about his career for the best part of forty minutes. Josh will also probably do some impressions in this time even though he pretends to be artistically above all that stuff now.

Matt Chorley: Who Is In Charge Here?: Wednesday 23 March

Matt Chorley has spent the past 15 years in Westminster seeing up close how politics works or doesn’t. After the sell-out success of his first tour This Is Not Normal, the award-winning Times columnist and Times Radio presenter is back with an hilarious new show exploring who really calls the shots.

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